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Lives in:
Plainfield, Illinois
Tri-State Fire Protection District
Lieutenant/Training Officer
Years of public service:
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Paid fire department
Professional Qualifications:
Fire Officer III
Instructor II
BS from Southern IL University

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At 10:13pm on November 21, 2008, Tom Mahn said…
Hey, welcome! I've been trying to get a hold of you about scott paks.
At 8:28pm on October 16, 2008, Matt Peksa said…
Nice picture fire-eater!
At 4:57pm on October 6, 2008, Gary Rauch said…
Hey Mark, The station is nice, but BIG. It's hard to get a routine down and get use to.

Grants death is a big loss not only for the family but the FD also. He is the last in long line of the FD's history of the family that basically started DGFD.

Hope things are good with you. Did they make you BC yet?

At 11:46am on October 5, 2008, John Brownlow said…
Hey Lt, good to hear from ya. I hope all is well with you and your Fam. Also I was wondering if you have any quick drill Idea's that you can pass along to me. As you know, I am a new Company Officer(God Help us all) @ Troy and I can use any advice or Tips that will help me out. Talk to you soon Lt. Stay Safe
Johnny B.
At 6:47pm on October 1, 2008, Gary Rauch said…
Hey, Mark nice to see you here.

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